Cold weather got you missing summer? Let's try to remember those fond moments of sipping rosé on the patio to keep us sane during this chilly weather. So put on your sweater and drink up. Here is everything you need to know about rosé.
This post originally appeared on Needsupply.com.
Pink wine is a touchy subject, understandably so. We’ve long shuddered at the thought of saccharine, syrupy zinfandel and sugar blends that proliferated the American wine markets in the 70s and 80s—iced down to-go containers of glorified grape juice, celebrated and pilfered by teenagers everywhere, thirsty for a first taste of inebriation. But while wine snobs, buffs, casual enthusiasts, and, really, anyone with functional tastebuds have expressed their disdain for the pink stuff, rosé—real rosé—has unfairly become the blush colored scapegoat for the myriad transgressions of White Zinfandel. And it’s time for that to change.